The police caught me speeding.
” Hospital.” I ramped up a wheeze. They put me in the police car, sirens blaring, the asthma no longer feigned. I struggled to breathe. I had no breath to talk. The doctors and nurses rushed. Oxygen. Intravenous cannula. Nebulised ventolin.
“Nurse give her 100mg aminophylline IV stat.” The doctor ordered. She came with a large syringe of the drug and inserted it to the intravenous line, swiftly injecting it.
My breathing stopped. I could see the light. As I approached it I watched them scrambling below
This time, I’d stayed away from the light.
In response to Rochelle’s Friday Fictioneers. and the photo prompt provided by Stephen Baum. For other entries go to Rochelle’s site and follow the blue frog to the other links. All are welcome to join in writing 100 words to the photo prompt.